Category: Writing A Book

Advice from the Masters: Ali Luke

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Ali Luke is author of Publishing E-Books For Dummies, and writes for Zen Optimise. She wrote a great post for SmartBlogger titled “21 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your First E-book.” It’s full of good advice and thought-starters whether you only plan to write e-books or you are thinking about a larger  »  Read More

Your Brain versus Your Book

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Cherry Pie What did you think of when you read that phrase? My first thought was of the little cherry pies I get at Wal-Mart. I love cherry pie. That was my next thought. But that triggered the thought that those little pies are different from the ones my mother used to bake. Ah, more memories! My memories included eating  »  Read More

Advice from the Masters: Mark Collier

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Mark Collier was one of the first people to use YouTube to do business. A publishing company approached him about writing a book that would help others do it, too. In a great article, “So You Want to Write a Book? Here’s 10 Things You Need to Know to Get Published,” Mark describes his thoughts when that happened  »  Read More

Writing a book: What to do when you’re stuck

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Writer’s block seems to get all the press, but that’s not the only way you can get stuck. You can get stuck in the research phase, when you’re not sure where to go next or how to use what you’ve just learned. You can get stuck in the planning stage, too. Usually that happens when you can’t figure out what order  »  Read More

Advice from the Masters: Louise Wiles

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Louise Wiles is the co-author of Thriving Abroad: The definitive guide to professional and personal relocation success. Readers are likely to think that writing the book was easy. After all, Louise lived what she was writing about. Well, it wasn’t easy. It never is. Here’s a bit of advice, ripped from Episode 68 of The  »  Read More

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